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- Superior construction made of stainless steel material, engineered for endurance and longevity
- Set comes in 6 individual size and quantity: 1/4 cup - 1/3 cup - 1/2 cup -2/3 cup - 3/4 cup - 1cup
- Functional design created to simplify your life. Front tab balances over pots. Larger size cup can be used as a double boiler
- Excellent shower gift, it comes in a nifty, sophisticated gift-ready package
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Are you dissatisfied with the poor efficiency of plastic measuring cups? Most users are regularly replacing plastic these subpar cups because the material does not withstand dishwashers and the measuring units rub off easily. If you also fear hazardous particles found in plastic ware might permeate your food, it's time to opt for a long-lasting, durable and reliable solution. Robust construction for a lifetime service Stainless steel is a material sure to outlast any other product currently flooding the market as well as add a touch of sophistication to your kitchen decor. Time to switch to Culina's set of 6 Stainless Steel measuring cups and upgrade your food preparation. Superior construction for durable use and accurate dosage. Made of a high-grade Stainless steel material, Culina set of 6 measuring cups is rust-resistant to endure heavy duty professional or home use. Each individual cup features in large characters its own quantity in two units (cup and ml.) engraved on the handle's outer edge. Unlike plastic which rubs off leaving no trace of actual graduation, the engraving on Culina stainless steel measuring cups is here to stay and won't fade over time. Clean lines, sophisticated and functional design Our measuring cups boast clean lines, a deluxe design for a highly functional kitchen essential. Enjoy innovative features such as a flat bottom design for stability and to avoid spilling. Our cups sit flat, do not tip over like most poorly made products out there. Another appreciable characteristic is in the secure grasp lent by the thumb rest contour on the handle. A sleep front tab is designed to balance cups comfortably over bowls and recipients. Check out the space-saving storage as all 6 cups stack up in a straight line for neat-looking display. Need to heat up ingredients directly in the measuring cup? No problem! Sticky food such as corn syrup or caramelized sugar scrape off effortlessly!
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What are the differences? The simple answer is fit and finish. Overall the Culina simply has a better finish. The sizing has a deeper stamp, the edges and body are highly polished and they have a larger dividing lip with culina stamped on it. The Bellemain ones have a lighter, although slightly larger sizing stamp, the edges are not as highly polished, so you can see manufacturing and faint heat marks and they have a smaller but still very functional dividing lip. The Bellemain has a slightly dimpled base, which I actually prefer over the flat base of the Culina.
Like I said earlier, they are both great measuring cup sets with slight difference between them including price. The Culina is simply the nicer set between the two. Yes, you'll pay a little more, but your going to get a little more too.
I have those rounded plastic kitchen-aide cups - perfect cups, except the handles come off. But they were awesome cups, so I wanted the same cup, but in metal, and I didn't want to spend a fortune on them. I tried a couple of different cups, and none were good enough to keep.
My criteria was fairly simple.
🔹All stainless and durably built
🔹No engraving or stamping of measurements inside the cup
🔹One solid piece, no welds or rivets
🔹Rounded shape, with an absolutely flat bottom
I am pleased to say that these hit all these ticks. They do. They are solid and feel good in the hand. With a silicone scraper, they swipe clean of sticky ingredients like peanut butter fairly easily. Water doesn't collect on the bottoms when upside down in the dishwasher (big peeve of mine!). Heavy-duty enough to hit our cement pad and not take a dent.
Hard to tell if they are accurate, but I've been using them for a while and so far nothing has come out messed up.
And if you contact their customer service, they do stand by their products.
And I like the variety of the cups. The 3/4 cup is really handy when halving a recipe and the 2/3rd is good either for halving or doubling and these cups are not often included in cup sets.
But they still have some issues.
🔹Like, the inside is rough brush finished, while the outside is polished like chrome. I would have preferred either high polish inside and out, or the polish inside and the brush out. Why? Because that not quite smooth surface causes dry ingredients to form a weird surface tension that means the dry particles are left in the cups unless you get something like a sponge or brush in there to break the surface tension and allow the water to rinse away the particles. If I forget to do this with something like flour or corn starch, and put the cups directly into the dishwasher, they will come out grungy with matted on whatever it was that I didn't scrub out.
🔹Or, the fact that there is something wrong with the 1/3rd cup die at the factory? I contacted the company and had replaced my first set because the 1/3rd cup had a pretty good "divot" when it arrived. And it clearly was there during/from manufacturing. That die needs to be replaced. Especially since if you search, there is at least one other reviewer that had the same issue. Sadly, the second set also arrived with the same divot.
🔹And I can't say I am a fan of the "lip" thingy - it supposed to help you "balance" the cup on the edge of something, but it isn't really big enough to do so well, and the deeply stamped brand name just catches crap like butter and flour, which, again, must be scrubbed out...
🔹And lastly, they aren't magnetic. Not all stainless is magnetic, but a lot is, and I wish these were. They would be easier for me (with little storage space) to store and use if they were. I could stick them singly to the wall magnet plate I have for various tools in the kitchen. As it stands now, I don't have enough drawer space to spread these out so I don't have to sort through the stack every time I need a cup. I mild annoyance, but another tick against these.
So I don't think there is a "perfect" cup out there right now, one that has no flaws. Or if there is, I certainly haven't found it after hours and hours of searches. But these come really, really close, and the company *could* correct the flaws that make these *almost* but not quite, perfect...
I'd highly recommend these cups and I believe you will quickly agree with me if you purchase them.